2 edition of early Dutch and Swedish settlers of New Jersey. found in the catalog.
early Dutch and Swedish settlers of New Jersey.
Adrian Coulter Leiby
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Click to read more about Early Dutch settlers of Monmouth County, New Jersey by George Crawford. [from old catalog] Beekman. LibraryThing is Author: George Crawford. [from old catalog] Beekman. The early Dutch and Swedish settlers of New Jersey Author: Leiby, Adrian Coulter. Published: () Monmouth County New Jersey deeds: Author: Hutchinson, Richard S. Published: () Marriages of Monmouth County, New Jersey, Author: Gibson, George.
This cabin, one of the few extant Swedish log cabins in the United States, stands on a plot of ground bought by Marten Martensson on March 9, , some years after New Sweden had been conquered by the Dutch and then by the English. It was built in the 's, measures 12 by 15 feet, and is seven logs in height. THE FIRST DUTCH SETTLERS IN AMERICA Following English explorer Henry Hudson's exploration of the Hudson River, a new joint stock company, the Dutch West India Company (), gained colonization rights in the Hudson River area and founded New Netherland (New .
They are of many ethnic origins including: Dutch, Flemish, French, German, Scandinavian and English along with a few from Prussia, Poland, Italy, Scotland, Ireland etc. Because of the many marriages between Dutch settlers in New Netherland and English settlers in New England, on Long Island and in New Jersey, many early English families are. Early Dutch Settlers of Monmouth County, New Jersey by George Crawford Beekman, , Moreau Brothers edition.
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The Early Dutch and Swedish Settlers of New Jersey (The New Jersey Historical Series, Vol. 10)Author: Adrian C. Leiby. European colonization of New Jersey started soon after the exploration of its coast and bays by Sir Henry Hudson. Dutch and Swedish colonists settled parts of the present-day state as New Netherland and New the entire area, surrendered to the English, gained its current name.
With the Treaty of Westminster in London formally gained control of the. Street Address: W. State St.
Trenton, NJ Mailing Address: P.O. Box Trenton, NJ Phone: () Fax: () Cited by: 1. The Dutch Settlement of New Jersey, cont. Dutch craftsmen, day laborers, and farmers were among the first to settle along the Raritan. A good many, though they bore names like Ten Eyck, Vroom, and Van Nest, were actually descendants of Huguenots, Protestants who, during the previous century, had fled French persecution for tolerant Amsterdam.
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Publication date Pages: Painting of the Kalmar Nyckel, a Dutch-built armed merchant ship famed for carrying Swedish settlers to North America in to establish the colony of New Sweden. (Credit: Jacob Hägg/Wikimedia.
The New Sweden and New Netherland colonies continued to grow, and several small illegal English colonies sprang up near Salem, New Jersey and along the Schuylkill River in Pennsylvania.
These illicit settlements threw the Dutch and Swedes together to drive the English out, but Fort Casimir pressed too close to the Swedish domain and, in Dutch fortification on site of Jersey City: Dutch settlement of Fort Nassau: Dutch settlement of New Amsterdam: Dutch settlement of Pavonia: New Sweden founded: Swedesboro (Raccoon) Swedish settlement of Fort Elfsborg (near Salem) Dutch conquest of New Sweden: Dutch settlement of Bergen: This database indexes warrants and surveys of the Proprietors of the provinces of East and West New Jersey, in the years Based on the joint rights granted by the Duke of York to Sir George Carteret and John, Lord Berkeley, New Jersey became a proprietary colony divided into two provinces, east and west.
East Jersey’s development was tied to New York, New. The early Dutch and Swedish settlers of New Jersey. Statement of Responsibility: by Adrian C.
Leiby Authors: Leiby, Adrian C. (Adrian Coulter) (Main Author) Format: Books/Monographs Language: English Publication: Princeton, New Jersey: D. Van Nostrand, New Jersey; Dutch - New Jersey; New Sweden - History; Location. Copies. Call Number. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Leiby, Adrian Coulter.
Early Dutch and Swedish settlers of New Jersey. Princeton, N.J., Van Nostrand. New Sweden rose to its greatest heights during the governorship of Johan Printz (). He extended settlement northward from Fort Christina along both sides of the Delaware River and improved the colony's military and commercial prospects by building Fort Elfsborg, near present-day Salem on the New Jersey side of the river, to seal the Delaware against English and Dutch.
EARLY NEW JERSEY HISTORIES New Jersey, Records. Vol Swedish Settlers in Gloucester County, New Jersey, Previous to Vol Extracts from the Docket of John Litle, Justice of the Peace of Gloucester County, New Jersey, New Jersey, Early Dutch Settlers of Monmouth County, New Jersey. Old Times In Old Monmouth.
Johnson, Amandus The Swedish Settlements on the Delaware –, Volume II () Myers, Albert Cook ed., Narratives of Early Pennsylvania, West New Jersey, and Delaware, – () Ward, Christopher Dutch and Swedes on the Delaware, (University of Pennsylvania Press, ) Wiener, Roberta and James R.
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The first settlers of this part of West Jersey were probably Dutch and Swedes. Gabriel Thomas, a Friend, who lived for a few years in Pennsylvania, on his return to England inpublished. an account of that province and of West New Jersey. Unlike New York City and Albany, however, where the traces of colonization can be difficult to find, in Kingston, the history of New York's Dutch colonization is quite evident.
Intwo years after English settlers established the colony of Jamestown in Virginia, the Dutch East India Company hired English sailor Henry Hudson to find a. The history of these early settlers must be told before we speak of Penn.
There were Swedes, Dutch, and English, about each of whom there is something to tell. The first man to sail up the Delaware was a Dutch captain named Hendrickson, who in went up this fine river as far as the mouth of the Schuylkill.
Early Dutch Settlers of Monmouth County, New Jersey (Classic Reprint) Paperback – Ap by George C. Beekman (Author) out of 5 stars 7 ratingsReviews: 7.Ethan Osborn was born on Aug in Litchfield, Connecticut and died May 1, in Cumberland County, New Jersey.
He shows up in the, and Census in Cumberland County. He married Elizabeth Riley of Cumberland County. He was the only member of his immediate family to settle in New Jersey.
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